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Pacific Timesheet Mobile Percent Allocation Timesheet Primer

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Sep 28, 2019 10:28:48 AM

Pacific Timesheet is the leading provider of percent allocation timesheets.
Accessing Pacific Timesheet Mobile is easy.

Pacific Time App Option

Download & install the Pacific Time app:


The first time you log into Pacific Time, you will need to connect your app to the cloud.

What's My Pacific Timesheet Server?

When accessing Pacific Timesheet using a browser, the system URL looks something like:


The server name is mycompany.


Mobile Browser Option
Open a browser on your mobile device (e.g. iPhone or Android) and enter your system URL you received from your system administrator. You can save it to your favorites for next time.

Logging In Using a Browser
On the login page, enter your login name and password, and you're in.

If you have single sign on, and you're already on your company network, just enter the URL and you'll end up on the main mobile dashboard shown below.

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Topics: mobile timesheet, Percent Allocation Timesheet

August 2018: New Help Center Solutions

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Sep 4, 2018 7:00:00 AM

New Help Center Articles Created or Updated in August 2018

Why is a user getting email reminders and late notices that he should not receive?

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Topics: follow help center updates

Pacific Crew app now available

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Jun 5, 2018 8:30:00 AM

Pacific Timesheet has just released Pacific Crew for Mobile which allows your users to manage and track crew time, expense, assets and logs online or offline. Pacific Crew for Mobile is for the iPhone and Android smartphones. Pacific Crew for Tablets is for IOS tablets like the iPad or iPad mini and various Android tablets.


In our design and engineering, we have used a "mobile first" approach for Pacific Crew, completing what we think is a superior mobile app design. We chose a mobile first approach for couple reasons: 1) mobile app design is generally more difficult because navigation and user interface must be clean, economical and intuitive. It must do a lot more with less of everything, and 2) through the crucible of our significant mobile first effort, as we hoped, it's created several innovative Pacific Crew features that you will soon learn about.    

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Topics: mobile expense tracking, mobile time tracking, mobile crew timesheet

Terminology for multiple locales and languages

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Jan 29, 2018 7:00:00 AM

languages.jpgMany customers have asked questions how to customize Pacific Timesheet translations for key terminology. You can translate key terms in Pacific Timesheet such as "Leave," "Work," Project," and more for any locale/language setting. Remember that you can assign any of up to 150 locales/languages to employees in your system.  

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Topics: translation, terms, terminology, locales, languages

Microsoft Tutorial on Pacific Timesheet Azure Active Directory Integration

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Jan 26, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Ready to integrate Pacific Timesheet with Azure Active Directory?

Pacific Timesheet, a long time Microsoft Partner, and Microsoft have announced that Pacific Timesheet now has a Microsoft-certified integration with Azure Active Directory

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Topics: Azure Active Directory, Single Sign On

We Have a Better Look: Our January 2016 UI Update

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Jan 13, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Data is the Star

With software, you want your data to be the star, not unimportant design elements that are distracting to the eye.

In January 2016 we are updating Pacific Timesheet’s UI (user interface).

While your systems will look a lot nicer and be more pleasing to the eye, there are some important technical and usability reasons for the update.

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Topics: UI - User Interface

Get Employee Photos in Pacific Timesheet for Employee Identification

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Sep 10, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Accurately identifying employees is a critical first step when managers assign them as resources to particular tasks. Pacific Timesheet allows you to store employee photos as part of their employee profiles. Once stored, they can be rendered in several place in the product:

  • Employee profiles (read only or editable)
  • Employee picklists used to select employees for groups, crews, and security permission assignments for projects, tasks, groups, etc.
  • Employee mini-profiles available in employee timesheets, crew timesheets, and thumbnail photos on approval dashboards, time off requests, and email notices.
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Topics: SSO IAM

A Non-technical SAML 2.0 Primer for Single Sign-On

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Sep 2, 2015 7:00:00 AM

Pacific Timesheet is one of many application services that can connect users with SAML 2.0-based single sign-on and identity management services at your organization.

If your organization is already using single sign-on this way, or if you plan to, this article is for you.

What is it?

SAML 2.0 allows user authentication and single sign-on so users can gain easy yet secure access to your enterprise applications, whether they are inside your network or in the cloud. And it's something you're going to be hearing more about in the years to come. This non-technical SAML 2.0 primer will give you the basics for when this comes up at the water cooler or in management meetings.

SAML or Security Assertion Markup Language allows users to authenticate one time to a home network  (or in SAML-speak an “Identity Provider”). With that one login the user can gain access to as many applications (“Service Providers”) as they are permitted without having to login again. Simple, sweet and magical, right?

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Topics: SSO IAM

Time Interval Reporting For Project Hours and FTE Allocation

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Aug 28, 2015 7:00:00 AM

resource-assign-1An enhanced reporting set allows you to report on hours or employee full time equivalent (FTE) allocation by project, cost center or other objects. They are located on the bottom of the reporting tab page in the "Other Reports" section.

Data Displayed in Time Interval Columns

Like all Pacific Timesheet reports, interval reports can summarize data by employee, project, task and/or group (cost center or department). What's different is that these reports break out hours or FTEs by a selected time interval:

  • Yearly
  • Quarterly
  • Monthly
  • Weekly or 
  • Daily 

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Topics: Reporting

How To Publish Pacific Timesheet Reports

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Aug 27, 2015 12:00:00 PM


Pacific Timesheet's analytics and reporting engine allows you to easily distribute or "publish" a configured report to various users in your system. A published report is an already-configured report which a user can run to report on data they have access to.

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Topics: Reporting

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